Kuzak questions the methods of a charismatic British barrister, named Nigel Morris, during his case of representing an American candy maker suing a British candy maker. Meanwhile, a friend ... See full summary »

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Kuzak questions the methods of a charismatic British barrister, named Nigel Morris, during his case of representing an American candy maker suing a British candy maker. Meanwhile, a friend places Diana and Rollins in a very difficult position in a hit-and-run traffic case where the victim's body cannot be found. Becker longs for his friends to wish him well on his elevation to full partner. Rosalind continues her plan to take over the firm when she uses Abby by making her look bad to a new client in order to land the client herself. Kelsey returns to the firm after her maternity leave takes an instant dislike to Rosalind after meeting her for the first time, despite Rosalind's friendly attitude. But Kelsey cannot convince anyone, including Markowitz, that Rosalind is not who she says she is, which heats up after Kelsey finds Rosalind using her office during her absence from the firm. Written by Anonymous

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Judge Saul Edelstein: It is an American courtroom, Sir Nigel.
Nigel Morris: That it is, but, I am in all respects an Englishman.
Michael Kuzak: Well, what is that got to do with anything?
Nigel Morris: Oh, so that you've been so kind as to grant me status is pro hac vice, that might I represent my client in your court. The wig and gown serve only to remind the jury that I am indeed a foreigner.
Michael Kuzak: Why did they need to be reminded of that?
Nigel Morris: Well, during the course of the trial, I might demonstrate some ignorance of your laws and customs and I wouldn't want that ...
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